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Parlor Textiles designed by Face

Logo design for textile company Parlor Textiles designed by Face

Parlor Textiles is an independent, North Carolina-based textile company that produces ornate yet contemporary products with an eco-friendly, hand-made philosophy. Their visual identity and stationery solution, developed by design studio Face, is described as reflecting an attention to detail through the use of ‘classic, elegant elements, the quality of the materials and an overall design that displays a modern sensibility.

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Tegn_3 designed by Neue

Logo designed by Neue for Norwegian architecture studio Tegn_3

Tegn_3 is a Norwegian, multidisciplinary, architecture design studio that, through inclusive methods, process-oriented and competent project management, deliver holistic solutions that encompass the fields of architecture, planning and landscape, to large clients across Scandinavia. Their visual identity, developed by Neue, draws together the themes of technical knowledge, structure, connections, collaboration and creativity through neutral typography, a modular and expanding geometric pattern, tactile and reflective print finishes, ample white space and the more unusual, playful addition of colour and the engagement of an interactive image generator.

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Longton designed by Longton

Logo and black block foil business card design by Longton

Longton is a Melbourne-based multidisciplinary design studio, established in 2012 by Michael Longton, that offers its clients holistic design solutions built on Michael’s past experience—under his previous agency And—with large, international businesses such Sony Music, Billabong, Stussy and Warner Music.

The studio’s brand identity—an unusual, modernistic arrangement of neutral sans-serif characters, recurring circular forms and a single consistent line weight forming a logo—has a reductionist quality with the underlying qualities of a logic game or mind map. Its expanded letter-forms –  isolated by generous spacing but collectively united by the container—establish a simple, proprietary value that perhaps reflects the arrangement or coming together of external sources—be that information or experience—into a single and cohesive resolution.

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